Tag Archives : Felt Food


Handmade Placemats

I saw this fun idea on one of the blogs I read and now I can’t remember which one! I’m so sorry, I usually make sure to link to everyone, so if it’s yours let me know and I’ll link up! Edited: The blog I saw this on originally was Counting Coconuts! Thanks readers for having my back! So of…

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Summer BBQ Felt Food Pattern & GiveAway

Happy Mother’s Day! In honor of all the fabulous moms out there, I’ve decided to give away one copy of our newest felt pattern called Summer BBQ! My mom came up with another super cute set for our felt food collection in our “Fun with Felt” store! Hope you like it! This set includes instructions and patterns for: Hamburger Bun…

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Felt Food: Tea Set, Grill, Cookies, Valentines

My mom went a little crazy this round with the felty goodness! She purchased a Tea Set pattern from Gulf Coast Cottage and my daughter LOVES it. The little tea bags and lemon slices are to die for, and the sugar cubes are so sweet! The set includes patterns for: Tea cups/saucers Serving Tray Tea pot Napkins Lemon wedges/slices Sugar…

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Breakfast In Bed!

I’m happy to introduce our newest felt food pattern, Breakfast in Bed! This cute little pattern includes full scale patterns, step by step instructions along with colorful pictures! It includes: Sunny Side Up Eggs Bacon Slices Sausage Links Pancakes Syrup Butter pats Orange Slices Banana Slices Buy the Breakfast in Bed Pattern now for only $3!   ★This pattern includes…

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Patriotic Picnic Basket

I am so excited to introduce our first felt pattern for sale: The Patriotic Picnic Basket! Thispattern could be easily altered to fit any holiday or color scheme by simply replacing the red, white, and blue fabric with colors of your choice. This cute picnic basket includes instructions and patterns for: Picnic Basket, napkins & table cloth Sandwich bread Bologna,…

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Felt Food: Lunch Time Tutorial

Felt Lunchtime Pattern by Little Crickets, we did purchase this pattern for $6, and it was so worth it, these are the cutest little lunch sets I’ve ever seen! Check out Little Cricket’s Etsy shop for more felt creations, they are so cute! According to my mom , it took awhile to make these, but then she’s such a dear,…

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Felt Strawberries Tutorial

I really can’t say enough for my dear mom, who has been making all these beautiful felt food creations for us. Here’s her latest: felt strawberries! Click here for the Felt Strawberry Tutorial from Mr. Monkey Suit. Not only did my Mom make a whole basket of them, she even made two sizes for us! Click here to see our…

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Felt Gingerbread Man Cookies!

I wish I could take credit for these sweet little guys (and if you know me at all, you know I am going to attempt my own!) But I found them on Oh So Happy Together! They’re a perfect addition to our Felt Doughnuts, Felt Pizza and Felt Sandwiches, most importantly, they look easy enough for me to attempt even…

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Free Felt Sandwich Pattern

While on my felt food kick, I recruited my lovely mother to help! She made these super cute felt sandwiches. Knowing that there’s 4 kiddo’s she went all out and made one for each of them!She used this free felt sandwich tutorial from myrtleandunice.com. Here are some more fun felt tutorials to aid in your newly found obsession: Felt Food…

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Felt Pizza Tutorial

Well, like I said I developed a felt food craving quite quickly after the felt doughnuts! There is a wonderful video tutorial from Lilly Bean! Here’s my attempt at the felt pizza: Supplies: 4 Sheets of light tan felt for crust 1 sheet of light cream for cheese 1 sheet red for pepperoni 1 sheet green for peppers 1 sheet…

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Felt Doughnuts Tutorial

Well, after my “I’m not a sewer turkey project”, I got on a felt food kick and decided to make some doughnuts! I got the idea from Escape Artist, and here’s my attempt at it! Click here to see the rest of my felt food creations! Supplies: Felt for doughnut, I used light brown, dark brown(it takes 1/2 sheet per…

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